Photo: © Ministério da Educação e Desenvolvimento Humano, In-service teachers at the capacity building on comprehensive sexuality education contents (life skills package)
Within the context of support to the Ministry of Education and Human Development (MINEDH) on scaling up comprehensive sexuality education at the country level and in order to increase children and young people's knowledge on sexual and reproductive health and rights through access to high quality, comprehensive sexuality education, that is gender transformative, evidence informed and age and culturally appropriate, UNESCO conducted capacity building of in-service teachers in Maputo and Sofala Provinces at Institute of Teacher Trainers (IFP) of lnhamízua (27 September-3 October) and Chibututuíne (6 -12 September), respectively.
The capacity building of in-service teachers is in line with implementation of activities of the UBRAF project 2014-2015 "Improving Community Sexual Reproductive Health Education through a culturally appropriate, gender-responsive and rights-based approach". Specific objectives of these capacity building were to:
The training was delivered by using a variety of participatory teaching and learning approaches to explore participants’ beliefs, perceptions and attitudes.